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The Origins of Ruby Red Grapefruit

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Image by ♥ he@rt ♥ via Flickr With over one and half million tons shipped each year, the United States is the world leader in grapefruit production. Nearly half of the grapefruits on earth are grown in just four states–Florida, Texas, California and Arizona. When compared to the world's most... more

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Eat Grapefruit for Your Health

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Image via Wikipedia In recent years, Americans have heard an awful lot about so-called superfoods. A superfood is a neologism that is sometimes used to describe foods that contain unusually high amounts of phytonutrients. These phytonutrients are chemical compounds that are found in fruits and vegetables. Today we are going... more

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Texas Red Grapefruit

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The Texas red grapefruit was named the official state fruit in 1993 by the 73rd legislature. The red grapefruit is grown in the southern part of Texas called the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Texas currently produces three trademarked varieties of grapefruit. The Ruby Sweet category includes the famous Ruby Red... more

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The Grapefruit Industry in America

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The United States is the world's third largest producer of citrus fruit, after Brazil and China. Even more impressively, only four states grow commercial crops–Florida, California, Texas, and Arizona. Citrus growers in these states harvest over 10 million tons of fruit each year. Popular citrus crops include the orange, the... more

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Grapefruit Benefits: Fiber

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It would be a rare person who could list all of the grapefruit benefits that are known. It would be an even rarer person still who could say that they know that one of those grapefruit benefits is an abundance of fiber. This is most likely because when you read... more

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Tips for Starting the Grapefruit Diet

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Starting a new diet, even the grapefruit diet, can be tough. The grapefruit diet is designed to be a short term weight loss solution and isn't an ongoing diet so you don't have to change the way you eat totally. But it still can be difficult to make the commitment... more

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Interesting Facts about Valencia Oranges

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Image by edans via Flickr Even though the Valencia orange was named for the city of Valencia in Spain, where there are lots of orange trees and a lot of citrus fruit grown, it was created in the US. A citrus farmer created the Valencia hybrid in California. The orange... more

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Texas Grapefruit Can Keep You Healthy and Fit

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Once you've gotten to the weight you're comfortable at it can be tough to maintain that. Day to day life is full of commitments like work, family, and kids that can make it almost impossible to find the time to exercise and cook healthy meals. But eating Texas grapefruit is... more

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Learning Nutritional Facts about Grapefruit

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Grapefruit is more than just a fat-burning citrus fruit, and everyone needs to know some of the most important nutritional facts about grapefruit. While everyone knows about its ability to help you lose weight, there are many other healthy components connected to the grapefruit. For instance, like other citrus fruits... more

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Tempting Temple Oranges

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Image by T . J . M via Flickr Temple oranges are sometimes called spring oranges because they are usually available during spring months. The peak growing season for Temple oranges is from December through March, making them the only orange available in the early spring. Like the delicate but... more

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